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Journal Club

Did you know one of the first journal clubs in the United States was started at The Johns Hopkins Hospital (Aronson, 2017)? Keeping up with our institution's passion for knowledge, the Center for Nursing Inquiry hosts a quarterly journal club to discuss scientific articles, either in the news or recently published. Journal Club is a great way to keep up to date with the current literature, improve your appraisal skills, and learn how to translate knowledge to guide clinical practice. It is also an opportunity to network with inquiry experts and other Johns Hopkins nurses.  Join us virtually for a lively conversation. We are excited to hear your thoughts!

Event information, articles, and recordings of the discussions can be found below. 

Evidence-based practices in developing and maintaining clinical nurse preceptors: An integrative review

November 17, 2022
12:00pm - 12:30pm
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Meet the authors! A team of nurses from across the health system join us to discuss their recent integrative literature review. The team used the Johns Hopkins Evidence-Based Practice Model to explore the best practice for establishing and maintaining a hospital-based nurse preceptor program. 

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An Evidence-Based Yoga Practice for Hospitalized Adults on Medical–Psychiatric Units

August 10, 2022
12:00pm - 12:30pm
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Join us as we discuss how one unit used the Iowa Model as a guiding framework to implement yoga sessions for patients. Afterwards, you can earn 2 NCPD contact hours by taking a quick test about the article. Don't miss your chance to participate in a continuing education activity!

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Improving Timeliness of Antibiotic Administration 

May 11, 2022
12:00pm - 12:30pm
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Join us as we discuss a quality improvement initiative that used electronic health record notifications to improve the timeliness of antibiotic administration in the emergency department.

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Measuring the Validity and Reliability of the Vascular Access Complication Staging and Treatment Instrument in the Pediatric Population

February 9, 2022
12:00pm - 12:30pm
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Meet the author! Kristina Burger, Director of Nursing Research, Evidence-based Practice & Clinical Policy at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, joins us to discuss her recent research study. Her team used the Delphi technique to establish the validity and reliability of the Vascular Access Complication Staging and Treatment Instrument in the pediatric population. 

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